News & Updates

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Sep
2020
MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND SUB-AGENCIES OF WRAP-UP WORLD TOURISM DAY CELEBRATION-@FAMILY KINGDOM
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /283
The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs and the National Tourist Board in collaboration with the Monuments and Relics Commission with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Sunday 27th September 2020 at Family Kingdom Resorts, Aberdeen in Freetown wrapped up a week-long public sensitization in celebration of World Tourism Day with the […]
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07

Sep
2020
THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS HOLDS ONE DAY WORKSHOP FOR PRESS ATTACHES
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /314
THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL TOURIST BOARD  HOLDS ONE DAY WORKSHOP FOR PRESS ATTACHES FOR SIERRA LEONE MISSIONS ABROAD   The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs and its sub-vented Agencies, the National Tourist Board (NTB) and the Monuments and Relics Commission (MRC) have successfully conducted a workshop for press attaches […]
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07

Sep
2020
300 YOUTHS GAIN EMPLOYMENT IN TOURISM SECTOR
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /312
BREAKING NEWS!!! 300 YOUTHS GAIN EMPLOYMENT IN THE TOURISM SECTOR The National Tourist Board (NTB) in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs and Ministry of Finance has provided job opportunities for three hundred (300) young people as Beach Combers in the tourism sector. The commencement of work of the new employees in […]
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07

Sep
2020
SULIMA BEACH AWESOME WONDER
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /355
  On the South Eastern coastal line is Sulima a unique town in the extreme south east of Sierra Leone, lying at the lips of the great Moa river. This cultured town, Originally was a fastlane trade post  in the nineteenth (19th) century, it used to hold a large population of neighborhood Liberia refugees. But what’s the beautiful story? […]
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